Yes, if the opulent Victoriana had been stripped and replaced with wipe-clean plastic, all smeared with the smiling faces of the Beatles, fools on every hill, cuddly Martha walruses with glass onions for eyes, it might be more of a moneymaker.
What does GO stand for?
GO stands for Glass Onion (Beatles song)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 13 other meanings of GO in our Acronym Attic
- General Order(s)
- Gentil Organisateur (Club Med host/hostess)
- Geometrical Optics
- Geroderma Osteodysplastica
- Gesamtoeffentlichkeitsarbeit (German: Public Relations)
- Get Organized
- Getting Out
- Gifted Opportunities (school program)
- Giga Octet (French: gigabyte)
- Gingival Overgrowth
Samples in periodicals archive:
Glass Onion, who went on to become Travis, played the New Talent Stage.
Glass Onion would be a cheese and onion tart starter; Octopus's Garden was a seafood paella including real octopus - it's amazing what you can get at the fish counter in Morrisons; June's vegetarian main was stuffed ''Sergeant'' peppers (straight out of Jamie's latest tome), with a dessert double header of fool (not on a hill) and a strawberry-flavoured pud.
uk Onions date THE Glass Onions are putting on a free show at the Tiger pub in Normanby on Thursday, April 26, from 7.
The 2000 festival proved to be a momentous occasion for Travis, who had played the first T in the Park as unsigned band Glass Onion, when they closed the Main Stage.
But the last time Frank saw his son, Fran was studying at Glasgow School of Art and had formed a band called Glass Onion.
By this time, Andy and Neil's band Running Red had transformed into Glass Onion - complete with a female singer.